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Danielle Camera African inspired jewellery

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Danielle is the founder and owner of Danielle Camera Jewellery. In creating her range she decided to use recycled gold & silver without compromising on quality and ensuring that her products are 100% naturally and ethically sourced and made in South Africa. Her Okuhle range is a collection of inspired pendant necklaces for women and girl’s. The animals and iconic symbols featured in this collection represent the richness of South Africa’s wildlife, Fauna and Flora. The name OKUHLE means ‘Good’ in Zulu. ​Her NiKA is a collection of African inspired stud earrings for children & young adults. The animals and iconic symbols featured in...

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Picture perfect philanthropy with Picflick

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Recently, WWF South Africa was offered a unique opportunity to raise funds through the sale of photographic prints on a virtual gallery platform – called PicFlick. To take advantage of this offer, we have curated a WWF Collection of  beautiful images from leading wildlife and wilderness photographers that our supporters can order online as prints for their homes or offices.   *Photographer: Martin Harvey To keep doing the work we do, and to leverage as many points as possible for the environment, we rely on the support of companies like Picflick, who share our common objective to restore the relationship between people and nature and...

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Saving the Rhino with Carrol Boyes

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At WWF we work with partners, such as Carrol Boyes, both in the marine space and on land, to conserve our natural world for the benefit of future generations.  We engage with consumers, communities, government and business around issues such as waste management, the climate crisis, illegal wildlife trade, and sustainability in supply chains. An important focus of our work is the expansion of protected areas, often through stewardship arrangements with landowners, and we have contributed towards the growth of black rhino populations through the Black Rhino Range Expansion Project. Carrol Boyes' campaign helps support WWF-SA and its Rhino Conservation Work....

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Nebü's pledge to give back to WWF South Africa

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How it all started “I created Nebü jewellery out of a passion for the African wilderness, a desire to protect its mystic wonders and an appreciation for the enduring legacy of a beautiful heirloom” – Helen Viljoen, Founder Founder Helen Viljoen is a graduate in both law and genetics. Her passion for  unifying her search for justice and truth, coupled with her love of the African bushveld and its wild elegance culminated in what is now known as Nebü. The team at Nebü consider themselves to be custodians of our exquisite wilderness, they understand that it is our responsibility to take care of...

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Let Me Tell You A Rinki Story

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Africa's beauty and nature, viewed from the eyes of Irene Oxley through her beautiful paintings. Get ready, we are about to feast on divine art. Today we are speaking colour and fun animals. That may look like someone you know. No really, a number of Irene's clients bought animal paintings because they reminded them of someone they knew. We're all connected, as the famous saying goes. Let us a play a game, look at the following paintings and comment who they remind you of. I promise I won't tell.   Rinki Collection background Rinki Collection being name after its founder...

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